An ugly debate is brewing over the naming of the glassy new ATF headquarters in Washington D.C.
The Los Angeles Times reports  that many people aren’t happy with the Senate’s decision to name the new building after famous federal agent Eliot Ness, who helped bring down Al Capone.
Opponents of the new name want the new headquarters to be dedicated to former ATF Agent Ariel Rios, who was shot and killed during a drug deal in Miami.
In 1985, the ATF headquarters was designated the Ariel Rios Building.
The ATF dedicated a reflecting pool at its current headquarters in Rio’s memory.
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